- Kafui Danku has shared an adorable photo of her handsome son which has got people drolling all over him
- Her half-cast son appeared all grown in the photo
- The adorable photo of Kafui Danku got actress Yvonne Okoro to react on social media
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Ghanaian actress and film producer, Kafui Danku has shared a beautiful photo of her adorable son which has got people talking.
Her 'obroni' son who is called Titan appeared all grown in the photo as most of her fans drolled all over the photo.
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In the photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, caption it saying "Yes SON, shine already."
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However, the photo of her adorable son caught the attention of actress Yvonne Okoro who quickly said Kafui Danku's son is cute.
Some fans also could not help but throw in their comments.
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jemi_jay5: "Cutest baby"
bhim_bright: "Future of da world"
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Kafui Danku has asked married women to confront and attack their husbands about their side chicks and leave these girls dating their husbands alone.
According to Kafui Danku, she finds it strange that some women cannot confront their husbands who vowed before God and men that they would love and honour only them but are ready to abuse and confront side chicks they have not even met.
Kafui's comments come on the back of a leaked video of a romantic conversation between National Security Minister Albert Kan Dapaah and an alleged side chick identified as Chantelle Kujawu.
In a Facebook post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Kafui Danku said the main chicks need to confront their lying husbands because they are the ones who go for these side chicks.
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